Digital marketing conference iStrategy London 2013
Elemental and SMP support ‘Digital Marketing is Dead - Long Live Marketing’ iStrategy London conference 2013
London, UK ---- iStrategy London, the marketing conference arrives in London later this month.
The main theme for the conference is ‘Digital Marketing is Dead - Long Live Marketing’ focuses upon three strands content, context and distribution. 500-strong delegates are expected to attend, possessing various levels of exposure to digital channels including and will include professionals from:
• Affiliate marketing
• Brand directors
• Customer relationship management (CRM)
• Design and creative
• Directors of marketing
• Global and regional VPs
• Search marketing
• Social media
Organised and hosted by global conference company GDS International, iStrategy London is to be held from 30 September to 01 October 2013 at theTwickenham Stadium London.
Social news and information site the Social Media Portal (SMP) is supporting the conference along with communications consultancy Elemental that will see keynotes from Brian Solis, Mari Smith and Ken Segall. The two-day international conference will see over 50 guest speakers from agencies, brands and technology providers that will share their experiences and knowledge.
In addition to several keynotes, the conference hosts an informal experience consisting of panel discussions, split-theme masterclasses, split-theme case studies, iPitches and iThink happy hour. The program also allows delegates to discuss factors that currently and will have an impact on the industry across the two days with coffee breaks, lunch and a number of networking opportunities including a VIP dinner (invitation only).
Tim Gibbon, director at Elemental comments, “iStrategy have organised another great program, for the London 2013 conference. It’s refreshing that it looks beyond the focus of digital marketing and embraces that content, digital, mobile, social media et al need to be integrated into marketing seamlessly, rather than segmenting the into digital versus traditional pigeon holes. It make seem obvious, but it’s about time more marketers are thinking like this.”
“It has been an incredibly fast-paced marketing technology driven year as always. I’m looking forward to hearing from my peers whether they are agency or brand-side. Indeed, how they are working with evolving channels and platforms – what have been the most troublesome challenges they’ve faced. Given we’re nearly at the end of the year, it’s a great opportunity to assess and analyse what will influence marketing and vice versa heading into 2014 in a global themed environment,” concludes Gibbon.
Communications consultancy Elemental and the Social Media Portal (SMP) are media partners of iStrategy London, delegates interested in attending can register at the website.
Keep up-to-date everything iStrategy via @istratbuzz and hashtag #istrategy.
----Notes to editors----
iStrategy London 2013 is to be held from 30 September to 01 October 2013 at the Twickenham Stadium London, Whitton Road, Twickenham, TW2 7BA, UK. Receive a discount of 30% off the full price ticket with SMP code LON13SMP30.
SMP and Elemental has created a Marketers Events Calendar, which is a comprehensive list of conferences including content, data, digital, marketing, mobile, PR and social in the UK.
Marketers Events Calendar provides a rich resource for marketers and other professionals to attend. The hash tag for the infographic is #MECinfographic.
For more information and images visit the Elemental media centre.
The media spokesperson for SMP is co-founder Tim Gibbon. Brand images and photographs are available of Tim Gibbon.
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About the Social Media Portal (SMP)
SMP showcases everything content, design, digital, mobile, social and technology related for businesses, marketers, PRs and researchers.
With SMP you share the content you create including apps, blog, press releases, campaigns, research, events and more telling who you are and what you do socially. To be considered for a SMP profiled interview submit your full name, job title, company name and website after reviewing what’s required.
With SMP you can:
- Add your apps and blogs
- Add your site/s, press releases, campaigns, research & events
- Be interviewed in the SMP profiled section on who you are and what you do
- Find sites by type & category
- Search sites by defined criteria, including age groups & content type
- See the relationships between businesses & stakeholders
- Grow, share, evolve with social media, networks & technology
SMP showcases global content including conferences, events, seminars, training and webinars encompassing Asia, Africa, Australasia, Europe, Russia and the UK.
SMP also maps social networks, blogs; user generated content (UGC) sites and more from around the globe. It’s a place where brands, agencies and consumers can learn. Keep up-to-date with SMP @smponline.
Communications consultancy Elemental created news and information site SMP in 2007. Register for free with SMP to share and tell your stories.
About Elemental Communications
Hi, we’re Elemental, a communications consultancy. We’ve been working with digital and integrating channels including social media long before it became an annoying term.
We work with global, niche, SME and/or start-up brands that wish to have meaningful conversations and build relationships with their audience, delivering seamless communications.
We deliver measurable communications that align with your business objectives, whether its awareness, brand building or to drive sales and footfall - connecting with audiences and stakeholders on a personal level.
As well as undertaking comms, digital, marketing, PR and activity or managing campaign-by-campaign, we provide strategy, training and support allowing you to build and retain expertise in-house.
Our brand experience includes Bahamas Tourist Office, Intel, InfoSpace, MGM MIRAGE, NESTA, Topman, Tunisian Tourist Board, Reebok, Russell Athletic and more.
Visit Elemental for our case studies, creds and showreel to learn how a small consultancy makes a massive impact and what we can do for you.